Vocational training program for women and girls to empower them economically
With the goal of supporting women and girls in Yemen, empowering them economically and realizing their human rights, HUMAN ACCESS has launched training courses in Shabwa and Marib governorates as part of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-funded project "Safe Space for Women and Girls".
In this regard, the safe space in the city of Ataq, Shabwa, launched its first professional courses for the current year with a training course in hairdressing and cosmetic arts aimed to provide vulnerable beneficiaries with skills in this professional field, help them earn a living, support their families, and protect them from poverty and its repercussions.
In Marib, the safe space in Al-Jufaina area launched three training courses. The first one in the field of making sweets, with the participation of 14 trainees, the second in the field of life and marketing skills, with the participation of 32 beneficiaries of economic empowerment programs, while the third course in sewing, with the participation of 14 trainees.
The safe space in Al-Jufaina also carried out awareness-raising related to educational guidance and academic excellence for female students, targeting 60 female students in Safiyya school.
It also organized a focused group discussion session related to market analysis and identifying professional trends, with the participation of 32 beneficiaries within the scope of the approach to encouraging excellence and entrepreneurship.
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